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13-year-old Kokomo Murase Lands Women’s First Double Cork 1260

Before competition even began at X Games Norway on Saturday, 13-year-old Kokomo Murase had made history, by being the youngest competitor the Big Air competition has ever seen.

the 13-year-old took the competition by storm, laying down one consistent run after another. Already the leader by her final run of the day, she decided to raise the amplitude by stomping a backside double cork 1260, a feat that has never been achieved in a women’s snowboarding final. It not only wrote her name in the X Games history books but also sent her home with the gold. 

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Watch Elena Hight Travel the Sierra Backcountry in 4K
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Watch Elena Hight Travel the Sierra Backcountry in 4K

Watch Elena Hight Travel the Sierra Backcountry in 4K

Two-time Olympian Elena Hight joined snowboarding legend and naturalist Jeremy Jones on a 10-day foot powered camping trip through the Californian Sierras. The adventure, which took them through 40-miles of John Muir Wilderness, brought them to the peaks of numerous unnamed mountains and awarded them unbelievable first descents. The whole adventure was documented in TGR's latest film endeavor, , which is packed with backcountry snowboarding and focuses on the importance of the natural world.

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Nick Russell Ventures into the Unknown in ‘Range of Mystery’
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Nick Russell Ventures into the Unknown in ‘Range of Mystery’

Nick Russell Ventures into the Unknown in ‘Range of Mystery’

According to legend, hidden away somewhere on our planet, lies an elusive but wondrous mountain range with fields of snow just waiting to be carved. So far it has only existed in our imagination, but that hasn’t stopped snowboarder Nick Russell from trying to pinpoint its location. His only clue was that these mountains were massive and required complicated foot-powered travel. RELATED: Watch Elena Hight Travel the Sierra Backcountry in 4K His recent film, follows this quest, which starts

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Far Out Places: The Crazy Mountains
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Far Out Places: The Crazy Mountains

Far Out Places: The Crazy Mountains

Driving from her home in British Columbia to Montana,  Robin Van Gyn noticed something peculiar. Her destination, the Crazy Mountains, was nowhere to be found on any of the maps at the gas stations along the way. She thought it was a fluke at first, but it kept recurring. Confused, she eventually pointed to the map underneath the clerk’s counter and inquired about the elusive range. The clerk responded with bewilderment, no one seemed to know what she was talking about. Van Gyn walked back to